WATCH: Tour pro does BIZARRE pre-round routine at Mexico Open

A PGA Tour player displayed one of the more unique pre-round routines ahead of the Mexico Open on Friday. 

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Fri, 28 Apr 2023
WATCH: Tour pro does BIZARRE pre-round routine at Mexico Open

Alejandro Tosti might've just won the award for most unique pre-round routine on the PGA Tour ahead of the second round Friday at the Mexico Open. 

Tosti is playing in Vidanta Vallarta this week on a designated sponsor exemption. It's the Argentinian's third ever professional career PGA Tour event as he primarily plays on the Korn Ferry Tour

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On Thursday, Tosti, who's currently ranked No. 444 in the world, shot a 2-under 69 and was six-strokes back of leader Austin Smotherman. 

For the second round on Friday, Tosti was teeing off in a group with Scott Harrington and Carl Yuan. 

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But before he tee'd off, the PGA Tour Live broadcast caught the 26-year-old in the midst of one of the wildest pre-round routines.

"I've never seen this done before," one of the commentators said as Tosti tracked a white stick filled with tiny images with his eyes. 

As Tosti moved the stick around and continued to track it, another commentator explained what he believed Tosti to be doing: getting his eyes to improve their focus. 

He was 1-under par for his round through his first few holes on Friday, following his unique pre-round routine. 

Tosti's best previous finish on the PGA Tour was a tie for 39th at the Sanderson Farms Championship in October earlier this season. 

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